The Prodigal Son

I didn’t mean for this to end up being a glorifying prose, but more of an expression of the rebellion in my heart. But in this process, I see that I, who am in union with Christ, am eternally entangled with Him for the purposes of His Glory. I can never be removed from Him, and that there is no distance that I put between me and my God that He won’t cross to steal the affections of my heart.

My Glory, Not Yours

Dare to dream- think bigger than just being known or famous or self sufficient. Think about revival- a bible in the hands of the incarcerated or the persecuted in a far away country. Think about My word resonating through the walls of a building. Don’t think personal goals. Think with a kingdom mind. To think big in the upside down kingdom, you have to think small.

NG Podcast: Romans 15 part 2

Hey y’all, its Victoria here and I’m so glad you could join me! I just wanted to let you know that as we reach the penultimate chapter of Romans, I’m excited for this podcast, and excited to learn with you guys. That being said, you guys know that I’m not a pastor or a properContinue reading “NG Podcast: Romans 15 part 2”

A Prayer For Worship Leaders

A Prayer For Worship Leaders Dear Heavenly Father, I come before you today, acknowledging that you are the King of kings, the Lord of lords, and sovereign over all. I acknowledge that you are God and that I am not. Father I lay my trespasses at your feet. I lay down my pride and myContinue reading “A Prayer For Worship Leaders”

NG Podcast: Romans 13

Hey guys! Welcome to the very first Notes About Glory Podcast. Today’s edition of the podcast is an extension to the Praise Pals small group, finishing up the book of Romans as we head into the summer. As we dive into Romans 13 together, I hope that you guys are able to see God more and fall in love with his sense of divine order, love for justice, mercy, and light.

Seen, Known and Loved: A Memoir

“If you look up,” she said, “you can see the saints in the sky, these are the stars. These are the people that Jesus has saved. He can see you from up there where he resides.” I just remember looking at the tiny glowing dots and wondering how on earth a person could get so high up. “I can’t see them” I told her. “If I can’t see them, and they are with Jesus, how can he see me?”“He can see you.” She told me. “He always sees you.”